Who is the White Frog?
I don’t know either, but coming this fall from Wentertainment Productions and Chris Lee Productions is the new indie feature White Frog directed by Quentin Lee (The People I’ve Slept With). Written by mother-daughter team Fabienne Wen and Ellie Wen with playwright David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly) as its script advisor, the film focuses on high school freshman Nick Young (The Twilight Saga‘s Booboo Stewart) who struggles with mild Asperger’s syndrome. The troubled and neglected teen idolizes his perfect older brother Chaz (Glee‘s Harry Shum Jr.), but his life takes a sharp turn and a leap after fate plays a hand in his brother’s life.
Joan Chen (The Last Emperor) and BD Wong (Law and Order: SVU) will play Stewart and Shum’s parents with Margaret Cho (Drop Dead Diva) as Nick’s unusual psychiatrist.
Shooting has already wrapped with this A-List (and we don’t just mean “A” for “Asian) crew and cast. Keep an eye out for more about the film … and the good-looking talents!
What I would give to hang out for a day on set with these fellas …
For more on White Frog, check here.